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The wall is built of stones original to Halcyon Hall. During construction it is being reinforced and expanded. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — Coming into Millbrook from Route 343 and turning onto Franklin Avenue, one immediately knows that something is missing: Yes, the Halcyon Hall structure is gone after years of watching it deteriorate, looking like a haunted mansion. Now there is nothing, just empty space. What’s next? If...

Photo by Jennifer Kronholm Clark

Holiday lights started to go up Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 16, in the Village of Millerton Historic District. getting ready for the Festival of Lights on Friday, Nov. 25. A crew of three from Stafford Tree Service of Great Barrington worked to get the village decorated. Townscape hired Stafford Tree...

George Phillips, seated in a wheelchair, a World War ll veteran who served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army, observed Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 11, at Veterans Park with other veterans and town residents. See more Veterans Day ceremonies here. Photo by Griffin Cooper

MILLERTON — The rain held out long enough for Millerton residents and members of the village’s American Legion Post 178 to come together and honor area veterans during the annual Veterans Day ceremony held at Millerton’s Veterans Park on Friday, Nov. 11. As the clock struck 11 a.m. — the historic...

Amenia

November 22, 2022
AMENIA — Children throughout the area will be waking up Christmas morning to a brighter day thanks to hundreds of donors who saw a need and decided to do something about it. Their...

Millbrook


Terry Sawall with captivating frogs among the many art works on view at her one-woman show at The Fountains. Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

November 22, 2022
MILLBROOK — Terry Sawall, who lives at The Fountains at Millbrook with her husband, Len, stays busy. Sawall is President of The Fountains at Millbrook Resident Association (FMRA...

Webutuck

November 2, 2022
The Halloween Howl dance hosted Webutuck’s 4th-6th graders and featured the annual Trunk or Treat event in Webutuck High School parking lot where students trick or treated from...

Pine Plains

November 9, 2022
PINE PLAINS — Hayez D. Prelich, 25, of Pine Plains, was arrested on Wednesday, Nov. 2, by the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office on a charge of disseminating indecent material to...

Millerton


Photo by Jennifer Kronholm Clark

November 22, 2022
Holiday lights started to go up Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 16, in the Village of Millerton Historic District. getting ready for the Festival of Lights on Friday, Nov. 25. A crew of...

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